has announced that Dr. Amos Yahav, founder of Augma Biomaterials, has been selected as a 2019 awards finalist for his invention of Bond Apatite®, a new dental material technology that regenerates a patient’s own natural bone following implants and other complex oral procedures. The Edison Awards, named after inventor Thomas Alva Edison, recognizes and honors the world’s best in innovators and innovations.
to be recognized as an inventor in the same breath as Thomas Edison and the awards that showcase his greatness,” said Dr. Yahav. “As Edison’s inventions impacted people’s lives forever, we have tried to advance the progress of people’s dental/oral health by developing a material that ensures successful outcomes of implants and other complex oral bone augmentation procedures. We thank the Edison Awards for spotlighting Bond Apatite®, a technology that makes these procedures much less invasive, accelerates healing for patients and, most importantly, gives patients their own bone back.”
is a cement-based material (biphasic calcium sulfate) that is injected into the areas implants or oral bone augmentation restoration procedures are performed, causing a patient’s natural bone to regenerate post-procedure.
The Augma Biomaterials – the invented product has been successfully used in hundreds of thousands of procedures by thousands of dentists and dental specialists around the world.
Augma Biomaterials will be at the Edison Awards event in New York City on April 4th.